JUST a few weeks ago we celebrated New Year’s Eve, that time of year when most of us are thinking hard about New Year’s resolutions to make our personal, family and professional lives for the year ahead after a good reflect on the year that’s been
Now we’re coming up to Australia Day which is always on the 26th of January which is more than just a public holiday, a bit like that for our national life.
In between the barbecues and the fireworks, we have a chance to reflect on what we are as a nation and see how far we have grown and where we are going in the future.
It’s a great opportunity to help our kids learn the meaning behind that day and what it reflects. Craft activity is a sort of a way to do so. So I gathered some lovely ideas that may help you to enjoy the day with your family and friends, especially your kids, the future generation of Australia. Happy Australia Day!
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